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June 24, 2011
CGI of North East Quadrant (NEQ)

CGI of North East Quadrant (NEQ)

CGI: British Land

10 Brock Street

Address:
10 Brock Street, London NW1 3JL
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
2013
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Description of 10 Brock Street

10 Brock Street‎ is an office building at Regent's Place, London NW1.

At the time of completion in 2013, 10 Brock Street is the largest office building completed in the West End since 2010.

All the office space at 10 Brock Street was let within three months of practical completion to a strong and diverse range of occupiers including
Facebook and Manchester City Football Club achieving a new rental high on the campus of £71 per square foot.

The building forms part of British Land's 13 acre mixed use campus at Regent's Place which comprises office space, shops, restaurants and bars, as well as 94 luxury penthouses at the Triton Building. The campus is home to over 10,000 workers and residents.

Source: British Land www.britishland.com

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British Land announced today the letting to Santander Asset Management ("Santander AM") at 10 Brock Street, the recently completed office development at Regent’s Place.

Santander Asset Management will occupy 25,208 sq ft over three floors at 10 Brock Street, joining a varied mix of occupiers including Facebook, Manchester City Football Club, Whitefoord LLP and Debenhams. The letting to Santander Asset Management underlines a successful leasing programme, which saw 10 Brock Street fully-let just three months after practical completion of the building.

10 Brock Street, which is the largest office building completed in the West End since 2010, forms part of British Land’s 13 acre mixed use campus at Regent’s Place which comprises office space, a diverse mix of shops, restaurants and bars, as well as 94 luxury penthouses at the Triton Building. The campus is home to over 10,000 workers and residents.

James Danby, Director of London Leasing at British Land, said: "Santander Asset Management completes an eclectic line-up of tenants at 10 Brock Street, and underlines the strong demand for modern, high quality office space in a convenient central location. We look forward to welcoming them to Regent’s Place in 2014."

Knight Frank and CBRE advised British Land. Jones Lang LaSalle advised Santander Asset Management.

Source: British Land www.britishland.com

28/01/2014 10:37 by Buildington

British Land Secures 145,000 sq ft Pre-Let to Debenhams at Regent’s Place.

British Land announces that it has agreed terms to pre-let 145,000 sq ft of office space to Debenhams plc for a new headquarters at 10 Brock Street, Regent’s Place, NW1; a new office building which is being developed as part of British Land’s 500,000 sq ft mixed-use development at the North East Quadrant (NEQ). Work started on site a year ago in October 2010.

The NEQ development, which will complete our Regent’s Place estate, will comprise 340,000 sq ft of offices along with 40,000 sq ft of retail and community space, as well as 120,000 sq ft of residential accommodation. 10 Brock Street has been designed by Wilkinson Eyre, and Debenhams will be occupying approximately 40% of the building. The residential accommodation has been designed by Stephen Marshall Architects and 70% of the luxury apartments have already been successfully pre-sold.

On completion of the development in summer 2013, Debenhams will occupy the ground to fourth floors of 10 Brock Street for a term of 25 years without break.

Debenhams is the latest of a diverse range of major occupiers to select Regent’s Place for their main UK headquarters following recent lettings to Aegis Group, Gazprom, Lend Lease, Ricoh, and Dimensional Fund Advisors. The development will complete the Regent’s Place estate, which will have doubled in size over the last four years to around 2 million sq ft of office, retail and residential space, providing high quality accommodation for 14,000 workers and residents.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land said, “It is particularly pleasing to welcome to Regent’s Place a major UK corporate such as Debenhams, with whom we already enjoy a strong relationship. Today’s announcement is a further endorsement of the quality and attractiveness of our 2.2 million sq ft office development programme to major occupiers. The letting secures long-term income on the lower floors underpinning investment value, leaving the opportunity to attract premium rents on the higher floors closer to the building’s completion date.”

Michael Sharp, Chief Executive of Debenhams plc said, “We are delighted to have secured space at Regent’s Place for our new headquarters. The estate is well positioned in the West End with great communication links across London. It also provides outstanding amenities and sense of community for its occupants. We look forward to working with British Land and moving into the new offices in 2013.”

Source: britishland.com

20/09/2011 19:23 by Buildington

British Land Secures 145,000 sq ft Pre-Let to Debenhams at Regent’s Place
British Land announces that it has agreed terms to pre-let 145,000 sq ft of office space to Debenhams plc for a new headquarters at 10 Brock Street, Regent’s Place, NW1; a new office building which is being developed as part of British Land’s 500,000 sq ft mixed-use development at the North East Quadrant (NEQ). Work started on site a year ago in October 2010.

The NEQ development, which will complete our Regent’s Place estate, will comprise 340,000 sq ft of offices along with 40,000 sq ft of retail and community space, as well as 120,000 sq ft of residential accommodation. 10 Brock Street has been designed by Wilkinson Eyre, and Debenhams will be occupying approximately 40% of the building. The residential accommodation has been designed by Stephen Marshall Architects and 70% of the luxury apartments have already been successfully pre-sold.

On completion of the development in summer 2013, Debenhams will occupy the ground to fourth floors of 10 Brock Street for a term of 25 years without break.

Debenhams is the latest of a diverse range of major occupiers to select Regent’s Place for their main UK headquarters following recent lettings to Aegis Group, Gazprom, Lend Lease, Ricoh, and Dimensional Fund Advisors. The development will complete the Regent’s Place estate, which will have doubled in size over the last four years to around 2 million sq ft of office, retail and residential space, providing high quality accommodation for 14,000 workers and residents.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land said, “It is particularly pleasing to welcome to Regent’s Place a major UK corporate such as Debenhams, with whom we already enjoy a strong relationship. Today’s announcement is a further endorsement of the quality and attractiveness of our 2.2 million sq ft office development programme to major occupiers. The letting secures long-term income on the lower floors underpinning investment value, leaving the opportunity to attract premium rents on the higher floors closer to the building’s completion date.”

Michael Sharp, Chief Executive of Debenhams plc said, “We are delighted to have secured space at Regent’s Place for our new headquarters. The estate is well positioned in the West End with great communication links across London. It also provides outstanding amenities and sense of community for its occupants. We look forward to working with British Land and moving into the new offices in 2013.”

Source: britishland.com

20/09/2011 19:21 by Buildington

Over the course of this month, construction will be underway to the east, west and central cores (via slipforms – see picture 2) to the main office building. In addition, the main market tower remains on programme to be started in early July.

The first activity in connection with the superstructure will be to install and commence the slip form construction of the central core to
the main commercial building.

Both the secondary cores to the east and west will follow shortly. In parallel with the commercial building, the slip form to both the residential market tower and the affordable block fronting Hampstead Road, will commence.

Over the course of the next 4–6 weeks, the cores will continue their rate of construction and will soon be visible above the site hoarding.

The substructure construction works continue to make good progress and the site clearance phase for both the commercial and residential are now complete.

Good progress continues to be made on the extension of the main Estate loading bay in the south-west corner of the site.

Over the course of the next month, the remaining ramp will be removed allowing works to progress to the west side of the development.

You can follow the progress of the development site on the webcams available at http://www.britishland.com

Source: Regent's Place NEQ Newsletter #13, June 20. 2011.

24/06/2011 16:12 by Buildington

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